Eurocell new business development manager

Published:  09 October, 2009

ALFRETON: Chris Globe has been appointed as commercial business development manager – North, for Eurocell.

He brings with him over 20 years’ experience within the PVC-U industry and has a successful track record of new business development in the public sector.


Mr Globe is now looking forward to using his knowledge and skills to help Eurocell fabricators grow the commercial side of their operations. His priority will be to target new business with public sector clients and specifiers as well as developers and architects that work in this market.

His area extends from the Midlands to the Scottish borders, while colleague Barry Stone will continue to cover the South of the country. Mr Globe will be visiting fabricators on a regular basis to make sure they are kept fully informed with developments at Eurocell.

Tony Morrison, sales director – North at Eurocell, said: “We are pleased to welcome Chris to the Eurocell team. He brings a great depth of experience and knowledge of the industry, which will be invaluable in helping our fabricators win new business.”

Mr Globe says: “I’m delighted to join Eurocell in what are exciting times for the company. My role is to ensure that Eurocell fabricators gain as many tender opportunities as possible on these types of projects. My experience in the public sector means I will be able to assist fabricators in winning new business in this area.”

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